To coincide with my 24th birthday (for those who don't know, it's March 2nd, if you don't do dates no fear, DA will tell you next year) I procured a brand new laptop (photos to follow shortly), with quadruple the memory of my old one and double the speed and HDD space. This meant I could invest in some new photo editing software, the camera data section on this image should say what I'm now rocking.
One feature of this new software is built in HDR rendering, which uses a single image and adds a HDR effect to bring the photo more to life. So I used a particularly dull and overexposed shot of BR 8P 4.6.2 number 71000 "Duke Of Gloucester" standing at Irwell Vale on the East Lancashire Railway to experiment with this new feature. This was the result. Opinions?